New Person to Person

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Oxford University Press, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 138 pages
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"New Person to Person is a full-color two-level series that is ideal for students who want to improve their listening, and speaking skills. The full-color. "Student Book focuses on the language functions required for high-interest, everyday life activities such as shopping, ordering in a restaurant, and arranging to meet a friend. The spiral-bound "Teacher's Book is interleaved with "Student Book pages. It features step-by-step instructions, optional activities, and photocopiable pages. The recordings, available on "Cassettes or "CDs, feature authentic renditions of the conversations, listening sections, and many of the information-gap activities in the "Student Books. Booklets containing two photocopiable tests are available for each level. A "Tests Cassette contains readings of the listening materials.

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Jack C Richards is an applied linguist, writer, and teacher trainer. Dr. Richards is currently affiliated with the South East Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO) Regional Language Centre in Singapore where he teaches candidates for the Diploma in TESL and the MA in Applied Linguistics issued by the National University of Singapore.

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